Minimalist Packaging


An interesting initiative by Antrepo Design who redesigned the packaging of several brands in more minimalistic approach.

Some of them work...

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9 comments:

Sarah.Abdallah said...

i like the Nutella one !

Marcus Olsson said...

Some of them work really well, especially the Nutella and Red Bull ones.

The Corn Flakes and Nesquik just look cheap - in a rather bad way.

Yasmine Zalek said...

yeah, i definitely think the Nutella one works!

Anonymous said...

imagine how much they would save by doing this but supermarkets shelves would be so dull

raul said...

excelente idea sólo una cosa el minimalismo no es quitar cosas o hacerlo simple por el hecho de hacerlo sino es llegar a lo mínimo de sus formas basados en cuadrado, circulo, lineas, y no solo quitar elementos

Anonymous said...

being minimalist in designing a packaging is ok, but sometimes designer must consider his target market..especially when advertising a certain product...thanks

Anonymous said...

when it comes to food, i think you must be more visual especially when u consider the stages of advertising a product... when its introductory...more visual is needed,details etc.

Anonymous said...

i think i liked all except the corn flakes one and the nesquik!

Anonymous said...

yeah minimalism on the cornflakes packaging is just, weird. are you trying to appeal to a sophisticated design-oriented clientele when selling morning cereal?